Rothsteins honored for clean-water efforts

Dennis DalmanNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

by Dennis Dalman The Jake and Stefanie Rothstein family learned together that small everyday actions can add up to big results. The couple and their two children – Caden, 12; and Evie, 9 – were recently honored as one of five winners in the Clean Water Bingo effort. It is a program created by the Central Minnesota Water Education

Kremer served on a guided missile destroyer

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The American Legion is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2019. In addition to national and statewide activities commemorating this milestone, American Post 328 of St. Joseph is planning a number of festive and patriotic activities for the community.   One of those special events will be profiles of St. Joseph-area veterans published in each Newsleader during 2019. The Newsleader is joining

Refugee news: Community garden, multicultural potluck

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Ogeysiis!  Importante para Usted, por favor léalo. Please read! Announcements brought to you by Cultural Bridges of St. Joseph, a committee of Central Minnesota Community Empowerment Organization. We are dedicated to ease your transition into our community. The Sisters of St. Benedict enlarged their community garden space this year. This allowed 12 of our local Somali families to become gardeners for the

Laughs on Lavender

Carolyn BertschNews, Sartell – St. Stephen0 Comments

photo by Carolyn BertschKate Bohn-Gettler and her son Owen, 2, head from the playground to the party on Lavender Avenue Aug. 6 during National Night Out. photo by Carolyn BertschNeighbors gather to share laughs Aug. 6 at the Lavender Avenue National Night Out. A total of 27 Sartell neighborhoods participated in National Night Out this year.

Sartell-St. Stephen school board approves fall levy vote

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by Mike Knaak Sartell-St. Stephen school district voters will be asked a second time to approve an operating levy. The measure will be put to voters in a special election on Nov. 5, 2019. If approved, it would raise $1.77 million a year for 10 years. Last fall, voters turned down a similar proposal. That outcome resulted in cutbacks